About Us

Anna Gillespie studied Philosophy, Politics, Economics at Wadham College, Oxford and then International Relations at the London School of Economics.

In 1988 Anna returned to sculpture, taking a City in Guilds in Stone Masonry and Carving in Bath before going to the Centro d'Arte, Verrocchio, italy to work as studio assistant to sculptor, Nigel Konstam, she then completed an MA in Fine and Media Arts in Cheltenham.

Anna now lives and works in Bath and is represented by the Beaux Arts galleries in Bath and London.

Anna's work can be seen nationally and internationally and has work in the collections of The Prudential, Burghley House Sculpture Park, The Somerset Museum, and also in private collections throughout America, the Middle East and Europe.

Niki Jewett studied Performance and Film at Cardiff College of Art until 1988 with Anthony Howell, founder member of Theatre of Mistakes.

From 1989, Niki worked and toured internationally with Station House Opera performing in the staggeringly physical breezeblock shows, especially powerful in Poland when the Berlin Wall was being deconstructed.

Niki was a founder member of Blast Theory devising and performing shows with a broad combination of physical theatre, technology and provocative interaction and intervention with the audience. Niki devised, produced and performed the solo works, Bag Lady at The South Bank Centre, London and Kismet, at the Ministry of Sound.

Currently, Niki brings creative consultancy to media productions and also in education, working with young people and within organizations to enable creative systemic development.

Colin Hawkins studied Fine Art at Middlesex 1984-88 which began a lifetime of creative exploration.

Colin has been working as a professional commercial photographer based for the last 20 years in Bath, South West England.

"Over the past 20 years, I've been fortunate to work with a broad spectrum of industries and subjects for some inspiring clients. My photography has appeared in a large number of adverts, magazines, books, brochures and publications. I've worked on commissions to shoot everything from fashion to pharmaceutical, music to museums, people to products. I've found it fascinating, creatively rewarding and usually good fun. Personal projects usually allow me to have a greater sense of creative freedom created out of sheer passion whether it is an artistic collaboration or an extension of my own personal vision."